I certainly recogise the problem. Many (bad) presenters will talk while things automagically happen on the projector and the audience has no clue how.
However, I really hope your solution isn't widely adopted. The problem above is a presenter problem and nothing more. When demonstrating, one should "speak" the shortcut keystrokes rather than expect the audience to either know already or worst expect them to keep their eyes on both the real subject matter and another window that shows keystrokes, IMO.
Looks handy for presentations. Great stuff.
Chua Wen Ching
Could be amusing if you're using ViEmu for VS.NET!
I use SharpDevelop mainly for development. Visual Studio is no longer installed :)
in case of you think what app your watcher might watch... ;)
Cool. This is a great idea for pair programming, too!
Sweet idea, very good, I think it will come in handy right away!
great idea, so now normal people can follow better what keyboard freaks like our selves do =o)
Go on then, what's nasty about the old name?
Short-watcher: watching someone's shorts..
I think it is also intersting for PairProgramming and maybe also with a little adoption, for distributed pairprogramming.